On the screen little monkeys hanging from coloured balloons will appear. Students will be asked to pop a certain colour of balloon. As they pop each balloon it will be recorded on the side on a graph. At the end students are asked to count the balloons and the click the number. Click below on Count the Balloons.
Count the Balloons
January is winter month in our classroom, so most activities have a winter theme. I found this cute website that allows students to hit the snowman with a snowball. The snowman pops up and the students touch the snowman with their snowball. Great for fine motor practice or just a brain break or reward for good work. Click below on Snowman Snowball.
I remember a couple of years ago trying to come up with some quick and easy movement/brain break ideas that could be done as a whole class or in a circuit. While years later I finally found a great document that stresses the importance of brain breaks as well as gives some great suggestions. It’s a short easy read and has great suggestions.
Click below on Brain Break.
Students or teachers press the listening button in the corner. It will give a simple one step direction – “touch the ..” Students then touch that christmas object and it will move. Click below on Following One Direction.